Arham Om Talsania, a 2nd grader from Ahmedabad, entered the Guinness Book of World Records as the world’s youngest computer programmer after passing the Python programming language exam at the age of six.
The youngest programmer in the world, while reaching the Guinness Book of Records, was named a 6-year-old boy from Ahmedabad, India. Sophomore Arham Om Talsania successfully passed a test on the universal programming language Python, which can take years to learn from others.
“My dad taught me to write code. I started using a tablet when I was 2 years old, and at 3 I had my first gadgets on iOS and Windows operating systems. Later, I discovered that my father worked with Python.
When I received my own certificate from the company, I was busy making small games. Microsoft asked me to send proof of my work. A few months later, they officially confirmed my skills and representatives from the Guinness Book of World Records contacted me,” the young Arkham said.
Now the guy says that in the future he hopes to become an IT entrepreneur. Note that before Arkham, the youngest programmer in the world was recognized as a 7-year-old resident of London, Muhammad Hamza Shahzad, who was also taught everything by his father.